The Navy Discharge Review Board recently amended our client’s DD-214 to allow him to reenlist and continue his 16 year career.
Our firm recently represented an Army officer who had been assigned to lead a Civil Affairs detachment in Ethiopia in 2009. He served admirably there, establishing relationships with local leaders and fostering cooperation with the local population that led to the collection of substantive intelligence in the area. At the end of the deployment, a […]
We are thrilled to report that the Army Board for Corrections of Military Records (ABCMR) upgraded a former Army private’s Other Than Honorable Discharge from 1984! Our client endured a lot of racism during his short enlistment in the Army. One day, he borrowed a VCR from the breakroom, as it was customary to do […]
We represented an Army CW3 who received a GOMOR for allegedly failing to show up for work during COVID 19 and achieved a great result for our client.
We are thrilled to report that The Judge Advocate General (TJAG) of the Army reversed the conviction of a client of ours after a long wait based on our UCMJ Article 69 appeal. Our client, a senior NCO and a Special Forces recruiter was acquitted of larceny of military property. However, he was wrongly convicted […]
Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals Reverses Earlier Opinion on Whether Regular Component Retirees Are Subject to UCMJ Jurisdiction
In December 2017, the Navy court-martialed retired Chief Petty Officer Stephen Begani for attempted sexual assault of a child and attempted sexual abuse of a child. The charges stemmed from online conversations between the retired Chief and an undercover NCIS agent who was portraying a 15-year old child and the Chief’s travel to meet with […]
We successfully assisted a decorated Master Sergeant in having a reprimand removed from his official file at the DASEB for making a financial mistake. The DASEB found that the reprimand had served its purpose, and it was in the best interest of the Army to transfer it out of our client’s file. This leader is […]
Our office represents a reserve Air Force officer who was subjected to a lengthy investigation concerning his travel claims. When OSI could find no evidence of crimes, the command found an administrative error and used it to charge the officer and impose punishment at an Article 15 proceeding. The officer has been subjected to several […]
On 4 December 2019 I argued my 41st case at the Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (C.A.A.F.) For a link to the argument click here: Oral argument audio (wma)(mp3) When considering a lawyer for a court-martial appeal, experience matters. You need a court-martial appeal lawyer with experience and a strong team. Please contact us […]
Favorable decision from the Court of Federal Claims remanding our case back to the AFBCMR for corrective action.
Recently received a favorable decision from the Court of Federal Claims remanding our case back to the AFBCMR for corrective action. Our client had an undiagnosed seizure disorder that led him to act as if he were drunk and disorderly at an event. Even with the recommendations for relief by three medical advisory opinions, the […]